Fukushima Radiation

August 4, 2011 by staff 

Fukushima RadiationFukushima Radiation, In Japan they are still struggling to contain the nuclear crisis Fukushima, while claiming to have established a stable cooling system for the three reactors that have undergone collapse, fears of radiation contamination are increasing. This report from Tokyo says the latter.

Operators of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant Japan have unenviable discovery this week, there are “hot spots” of radiation at levels above 5 or 10 sievert per hour around the reactor No. 1.

In fact, they cannot even say exactly how strong the radiation is that the readings are above the maximum capacity of your computer.

Medical experts say that radiation from Press TV on these levels is not laughing matter.

The access points found around the reactor No. 1 highlight the fact that workers are struggling to contain the disaster remains a serious risk.

If extremely large amounts of radiation detected within the nuclear plant in Fukushima Daiichi is a concern, even greater concern is how small amounts of radiation are spread throughout the country in general.

The most serious action has been taken in sending beef after many cows were exposed to radioactive cesium above legal levels.

First was the very Fukushima Prefecture, which had a ban on shipping imposed. Then, the Miyagi prefecture, north, and then the Iwate prefecture, even further north. The latest development has been made in the prefecture of Tochigi quarter to have the ban.

The difficult situation resulting from the livestock industry is another headache for the government to fight the Japanese.

On the streets of Tokyo, the public is watching these developments with growing concern and even fear.

I feel there is a degree of danger. I’m not sure it’s a really huge amount of danger now, but everyone should have enough information.

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